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Psychosynthesis counselling in action / Diana Whitmore

Main Author Whitmore, Diana Country Reino Unido. Publication London : Sage, 1991 Description X, 166 p. ; 22 cm Series Counselling in action ISBN 0-8039-8279-8 CDU 615.851
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How can counselors and therapists help clients realize their potential and purpose in life? In Psychosynthesis Counselling in Action, Diana Whitmore explains how the psychosynthesis approach helps clients interpret what is going on in their lives in a positive way. From the initial interview through the final session, she illustrates the creative and challenging aspects of being a counselor. She also stresses the importance of tailoring therapeutic techniques to a client's needs, phase of treatment, and temperament. This exciting, pragmatic approach to therapy is especially effective when counseling abused women and children, drug offenders, delinquents, and people with panic attacks, psychosomatic symptoms, phobias, eating disorders, and depression.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Introduction
  • Nancy
  • A Case History
  • The Psychosynthesis Approach
  • The Psychosynthesis Counsellor
  • Basic Techniques of Psychosynthesis Counselling
  • Diagnosis and Assessment
  • The Initial Phase of Counselling
  • The Middle Phase of Counselling
  • The Transpersonal Dimension of Counselling
  • The Final Phase of Counselling

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